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Registration of political party agents underway nationwide

Publication date 21 October 2021 | 21:00 | ICT

As the 2022 commune elections approach, the number of political party agents requesting to observe the 2021 electoral list and registration process from October 8-19 currently stands at 4,605, including 1,193 women, according to the



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